What reviewers are saying about Alehouse Insurrections: 'Alehouse Insurrections is a rebellious good time, forged like an iron sword and pulled from a fiery furnace. From the patriotic tin whistle opening of 'First Born Son'(think a rock revived Braveheart) Irish/New Englander Tommy Byrnes-coddled and fluent in Highland bagpipes, chanters, mandolin, whistles, harmonica, Bodhran, keyboards, tambourine, bass, acoustic, and electric guitar-jams with some major Celtic rhythm with mishmashes of folk, progressive rock, and rowdy pub music. In fact, by the time you reach the end of the guitar-distorted revolutionary dirge, 'First Light,' and soldier returning 'Open Your Eyes,' you'll no doubt be holding a frothy Guinness (the real Irish kind) stout standing firm on a whiskey stained table empowered by bravado for freedom, victory, and love you never knew you had. Cheers to you Tommy, cheers.'-Cory Graham CD Reviews.Com 'Continuing his foray through traditional stylings, folk, and progressive rock, Tommy takes you on a journey you are sure to enjoy.' - Music Morsels 'Alehouse Insurrections' is a good debut album, with loads of oomph. I'd definitely be curious to hear what the next album sounds like! Keep up the good work, Tommy!' - Kathy-Ann Tan, FolkWorld CD Reviews 'This CD is really amazing and one of those rare gems!' Angela Monger-RockNet.